MIK-ST500 Temperature transmitter programmable

MIK-ST500 Head Mounted Smart Temperature transmitter can be used with multiple sensor type [Resistance Thermometer(RTD),Thermocouple (TC)] inputs, is simple to install with improved measurement accuracy over wire-direct solutions.


Input signal: Resistance temperature detector (RTD), thermocouple (TC), and linear resistance. 

Output: 4-20mA

Power supply: DC12-40V

Response time: Reach to 90% of the final value for 1s

  • Specification

Input signal  Resistance temperature detector (RTD),  thermocouple (TC), and linear resistance. 
Cold-junction compensation temperature scope  -20~60℃
Output signal  4-20mA
Load resistance  RL≤(U-10)/0.021
Output current of upper and lower limit overflow alarm  IH=21 mA, IL=3.8 mA
Power supply
Power supply  (12-40)VDC
Other parameters 
Response time  Reach to 90% of the final value for 1s
Used environmental temperature  -40~80℃
Storage temperature  -40~100℃
Vibration resistance 4g/2~150Hz
Electromagnetic compatibility  Conform to GB/T18268 industrial equipment  application requirements(IEC 61326-1)
  • Introduction

Temperature transmitters are widely used in various industries for temperature measurement and control applications. They are highly accurate, reliable, and offer several advantages over other temperature measuring instruments. Some of the key features and advantages of temperature transmitters include:

  • High accuracy: Temperature transmitters offer highly accurate temperature measurement, often with an accuracy of ±0.1°C or better.
  • Remote sensing: Temperature transmitters can be used to measure temperature remotely, allowing them to be used in hazardous or hard-to-reach areas.
  • Digital communication: Many temperature transmitters offer digital communication protocols such as HART, Foundation Fieldbus, or Profibus, allowing for easy integration with process control systems.
  • Self-diagnostic capabilities: Some temperature transmitters have self-diagnostic capabilities that can detect issues such as sensor drift or signal degradation, alerting operators to potential problems before they cause significant issues.
  • Flexibility: Temperature transmitters can be used in a wide range of applications, including in harsh environments or those requiring high accuracy or precision.

Some specific applications of temperature transmitters include:

  • Chemical processing plants, refineries, and petrochemical facilities.
  • Food and beverage industry, including in brewing, distilling, and baking applications.
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing, including in drug production and storage.
  • HVAC systems, including in buildings, hospitals, and laboratories.
  • Temperature measurement and control in power generation plants, including in turbines and boilers.
Input Type Table
Model Type Measurement scope Minimum measurement scope  Accuracy
Resistance temperature  detector (RTD)  Pt100 -200~850℃ 20℃ ±0.2%/±0.4℃
Cu50 -50~150℃ 20℃ ±1.0%/±1.0℃
Thermocouple (TC)  B 400~1820℃ 500℃ ±0.1%/±1.5℃
E -100~1000℃ 50℃ ±0.1%/±0.5℃
J -100~1200℃ 50℃ ±0.1%/±0.5℃
K -180~1372℃ 50℃ ±0.1%/±0.5℃
N -180~1300℃ 50℃ ±0.1%/±0.5℃
R -50~1768℃ 500℃ ±0.1%/±1.5℃
S -50~1768℃ 500℃ ±0.1%/±1.5℃
T -200~400℃ 50℃ ±0.1%/±0.5℃
Wre3-25 0~2315℃ 500℃ ±0.1%/±1.5℃
Wre5-26 0~2310℃ 500℃ ±0.1%/±1.5℃
  • Product dimension


Temperature transmitter

  • Product wiring

Temperature transmitter

Note: no 24V power supply is required when using the V8 serial port programming line

  • Software

temperature transmitter

SUP-ST500 temperature transmitter supports input signal adjustment. If you need to adjust the input signal, please let us know and we will give you software.


          Temperature transmitter software

With the software, you can adjust the temperature type, such as PT100, Cu50, R, T, K etc.; input temperature range.

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